APPLY NOW! For the First European HIV Academy For Enabling Legal Environments, September 13-14, Berlin

A call for applications for the European HIV Academy for Enabling Legal Environments is now open.

This two-day training academy for people living with and affected by HIV, is dedicated to skills building for addressing punitive or disabling legal environments.

Around 25...

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Lella Cosmaro and Giulio Maria Corbelli

#TheUNAIDSWeNeed – Must Leave No One Behind

This blog was originally written for and published on the website of the NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS PCB by our colleague, Ferenc Bagyinszky who is the UNAIDS PCB Europe Delegate.

On April 28, 2017 UNAIDS held a multi-stakeholder consultation on the findings and the recommendations...

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PrEP in Europe

PrEP In Europe - Who Is Next?

On May 29, 2017 Portugal as fifth country in Europe announced the introduction of Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) as one of the HIV prevention tools covered by the national health system. PrEP, on the individual level, decreases anxiety and increases the level of control and therefore has a...

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Training on Affordability in Serbia

AIDS Action Europe Working on Affordability of Medicines

AIDS Action Europe identified affordability of medicines and diagnostics as a key priority to work on in its Strategic Framework for 2015-2017 . AAE produced a training manual and has already organized 4 workshops based across the European Region addressing the issue of access to affordable...

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Response from the Lithuanian Ministry of Health regarding attacks on CBVCT services

Earlier we reported about the Lithuanian association “Demetra” being under threat from governmental organizations of closing down its community-based rapid HIV testing. This was stated in the Demetra’s press-release:

“ "As a response to Demetra’s HIV testing services, National...

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Russian HIV Service and LGBT Organisations fight jointly against HIV and AIDS

In Russia, officially, around 750,000 people have been diagnosed with HIV. The actual number is likely to be higher. In some regions the country seems to be in the transition to a "general epidemic", which means that more than one per cent of the population is living with HIV.

In the...

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